I like how it borrows from the Latin "gubernator", which means "governor". "Governatorial" sounds hopeless in comparison. "Governor", though, is borrowed from French. So here is a rare example of a noun with one root and the adjective with another root.
in reality, all of this has been a total load of old bollocks
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Someone in your line of work usually as their own man cave aka the shed we're they can potter around fixing stuff or something don't they?
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Minnie the Minx wrote:Shepherd
Yes! I especially like "supper", also the compound, "supper club".
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